Native American objects, including human remains, sat in boxes at Western Colorado University for decades. Now a grant has fueled a renewed effort to find their proper home.
Did the 1918 influenza pandemic strike down lots of healthy young people in the prime of life? A new study from University of Colorado professor Sharon DeWitte says no.
On the winter solstice in 1997, Greg Munson stood beside an unusual basin pecked into the stone along the exit trail to Cliff Palace, grandest of the cliff dwellings in southwestern Colorado’s Mesa Verde National Park. As the sun set on the shortest day of the year, Munson, a former Mesa Verde park ranger and […]
By Sophia Eppolito, The Associated Press/Report for America SALT LAKE CITY — Ferocious tyrannosaur dinosaurs may not have been solitary predators as long envisioned, but more like social carnivores such as wolves, new research unveiled Monday found. Paleontologists developed the theory while studying a mass tyrannosaur death site found seven years ago in the Grand […]
COLORADO SPRINGS — On a windy morning in Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs City Archaeologist Anna Cordova jumps a fence into the construction site with a practiced ease. A backhoe rests on the tracked up ground, and stakes with orange tape marking the perimeter of a new bathroom facility have already been placed. Cordova […]